Posted by Dustin Luecke
We welcome Brandon Harris as new president for 2019-2020 Rotary year
With a new Rotary year now underway, RAH recently held its annual changing of the guard, and in this case, a changing of the pants. For those who missed it, after fulfilling his promise to always wear pants as president, outgoing leader Keith Lease dropped said pants right in front of the Radisson ballroom. Thankfully for members in attendance, Lease was wearing his cycling gear underneath, and literally rode off into the sunset.
At the same meeting, Brandon Harris made his first comments as the incoming RAH president and welcomed the new members of the board. Harris said he's looking forward to a year full of collaboration, stressing the importance of servant leadership.
Lease leaves the presidency having taken over midway through the previous Rotary year, when then president Austin Bragg moved away to pursue other career options. Under Lease's leadership, not only was RAH's "pants game" strong, but the club also embraced a new major project, combining service and social aspects by maintaining the Upper Hixon Trails and beginning the transition to a new online image.
Congratulations to Lease, Harris and all of those who served, will serve or volunteered to run for a board position. You can meet RAH's new leadership by checking out the "About Us" section at the top of the page.